Sequences (True Sentiments) is the debut album from PRICE, inviting a new pop sensibility to Latency while maintaining the label’s commitment to experimental approaches. PRICE (b.1986, Rio de Janeiro) is a multidisciplinary artist working with performance, music, video and installation. Equally, PRICE is also a construct being used to interrogate ideas around the body, language, the cyclical patterns of the Earth and the existential conundrums which humanity faces in the information age. Previously, his work has manifested at a variety of events and venues across Europe and the Americas, including ImPulsTanz (Vienna), Human Resources (Los Angeles), and Galpão Bela Maré (Rio de Janeiro).
As a surface impression, Sequences (True Sentiments) is expressed within the context of pop. PRICE’s voice is the nexus of the music. But it’s also an album steeped in curiosity and the desire to play with space, tempo and rhythm. At times it becomes a baroque composition, elsewhere a delicate deconstruction of folk tradition. The earthen, historically charged sound of acoustic instrumentation gives way to avant-garde treatment, and so the guitar and piano can become both experimental and conventional, sometimes simultaneously.